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Sleeping Beauty Poster
Wednesday, 19 February 2020 to Saturday, 22 February 2020
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Nanny Nora is looking out her best frock for the occasion, Fairy Fairway is on the hunt for some apprentices who will help her look after the Royal Kingdom, while mean Aunt Ophelia is busy thinking of wicked ways to spoil everything! Will Prince Romeo find what he’s looking for? Will the sleeping Beauty ever wake up? Who is the unexpected hero, finally saving the day? For the answers, come and see for yourselves and join in the fun. You’ll be glad you came - oh yes you will!

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Past Productions

Wednesday, 18 February 2015 to Saturday, 21 February 2015

The Pied Piper is a traditional all singing all dancing family pantomime, with an outrageous Dame, silly slapstick and a baddy to boo and hiss. With a selection of well known songs for all the family, there’s something for everyone. We look forward to sharing the Pied Piper’s adventures with you soon.

Rapunzel Poster
Wednesday, 12 February 2014 to Saturday, 15 February 2014

Our pantomimes have been tremendous successes, with Cinderella winning the Rose Bowl best show award in 2010 and Babes in the Wood, which was written by our own Lizzie Lindsell, receiving a nomination for the same award last year.

Lizzie has once again conjured up a show full of magic and love, fun and romance. Oh, and unfeasibly long hair! It’s packed with everything a pantomime should be – a wide range of music, dancing, jokes and silliness, not to mention a few surprises on the way.

Wednesday, 13 February 2013 to Saturday, 16 February 2013

The fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood has origins as far back as the 17th century and was first published by the brothers Grimm in 1812. Thornbury Musical Theatre Group is bringing this traditional family pantomime to you, bang up-to-date and with a few new twists and turns along the route to Grandmother’s house.

Babes in the Wood Poster
Wednesday, 15 February 2012 to Saturday, 18 February 2012

Our version is traditional, with a few modern twists thrown in. You'll see the Babes and their rather large and quirky Nanny. Robin Hood has his Merry Men, Little John, Friar Tuck, Will Scarlett and other men in tights with less familiar names! The Sheriff of Nottingham is the evil Uncle who not only takes things out on the children, but tries to force Robin Hood's love, and cousin to King Richard the Lionheart, the beautiful Maid Marion, to marry him. There's lots of action and slapstick with witches, spirits and fairies thrown in.